Our Mexican Aloe lives up to its name serving as a super skin moisturiser, successfully carrying oxygen to the skin cells. A well known calming & soothing ingredient that has been used for centuries to aid burns and scars. Exactly why it is a staple holiday ingredient to aid those sun burns! Our Aloe Extract is infused in Coconut oil which just gives it that extra silky smooth experience when applying to either your hair or skin. This is why this ingredient is best served on its own.
Moisturises and adds emolliency to dry skin caused by eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, sun burn, wind burn, and general chapping. Aloe butter can be added to creams, lotions, milks and lip balms, anywhere between 1 and 20% or can also be used as the pure butter to add a fine protective layer.
It is oil soluble (not water soluble) and is usually incorporated via the oil phase when preparing emulsions. It has no known incompatibilities.
Lotions & Creams: 1 – 20%
Balms: 5 – 100%
Bar Soaps: 3 – 12%
Hair Conditioners: 1 – 5%
|INCI name||Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Cocos Nucifera Oil|
|Extraction method||produced via infusion (1:5) of Aloe Vera Juice in Cocos Nucifera Oil (refined) to complete extraction (mixing & heat is used to speed up the process (25C). Plant is then removed and product left to chill until a smooth, dense butter is formed.|
|Product Type||Blended Butter|
|Skin Type||Suitable for all skin types|
|Country of origin||Central South America|